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How To Repair Car Dents At Home?

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There are three certainties in life: death, taxes, and dents in your car. Despite your best efforts, car accidents can happen, leaving you with a dent. Regardless of how the dent or ding occurred, the next step is figuring out how to fix it. You can take your car to a professional dent repair service, a body shop, or a friendly neighborhood car mechanic, but there are also several DIY options you can try at home.

Keep reading to learn what you’ll need and how to remove a dent from your car yourself.

Repairing Car Dents At Home

Pouring Boiling Water

This is a highly popular and useful hack among vehicle enthusiasts. Pour boiling water into the automobile dent. When the dent is flexible enough, push from the outer edge and work your way to the center.

All you need is a teapot of boiling water, rubber gloves to avoid burning yourself, and another pot of cold water. Pour hot water on the dent, then reach inside and pop it out. Then, while it’s still in its original shape, pour cold water to cool it down quickly

Resorting with Dent Puller

If the dent is unsightly, purchase this tool from your local hardware store. However, you will need to drill a small hole into the dent. So, if you’re an absolute beginner, don’t use this gadget.

Insert the puller wire into the hole, then pull the depressed part back to the surface level. Next, fill in the hole, sand, and paint to finish the job.

Utilizing A Plunger

You can also fix some dents with a regular plunger. This works best for dents that are bigger and deeper than the average one-inch gap. A plunger can do more than just clear out drains and lines; it can also pull sheet metal back into place by acting as a suction cup.

To fix the hole, pour water over it and gently push and pull the plunger. Do this again and again until the dent comes out. If it doesn’t work after five or six pulls, try a different way.

Giving a try to Hot Glue

You might not want to hear the words “hot glue” and “car” together. This method won’t hurt your car’s paint job, though. For this method, you’ll need some screws, a hot glue gun, and wooden dowels.

On both sides of the rod, you need to drill holes for screws. Put a small amount of hot Glue on one side of the stick. Put the stick close to the dent right away before it dries. Take them off after the dowels have fixed the damage.

Repairing A Dent With A Vacuum Cleaner

This method depends on suction and works best on flat surfaces to help make a vacuum that doesn’t let air in.

  • Strong vacuum cleaner
  • A bowl or bucket with a small hole in the bottom

Like you would with a plunger, put the top of your bucket or bowl over the whole dent. Cover the hole in the bucket or bowl with your vacuum cleaner and turn it on. Keep an ear out for a pop that will let you know your metal is back where it belongs.

Using A Repair Kit With A Dent Lifter

If you want to use hot Glue and wooden dowels more professionally, get a kit with a hole lifter or puller. There is a pedestal and a lifting head on these small tools. You glue the lifting head to the hole. By pulling the dent up with the lifter, the platform should be able to pull the dent out without doing any more damage.

When you shop online, you can often find cheap kits that come with extra tools, such as pulling heads, Glue, and alcohol to remove Glue.

Removing Dents With Dry Ice

Dry ice isn’t exactly something you’d find around the house, but it can help get out small dents in your car. Make sure you have gloves on to protect your hands. It’s easy to do. Hold the dry ice over the dent and rub it around until you hear the dent come back to the surface. You can use the dry ice as many times as you need to get the effect you want. To get the job done faster, you can first use hot water or a hair dryer to heat the dent.

Bottom Line

In every circumstance, take your time. Dent removal requires multiple steps. If you work too quickly or pull on the metal too far or too hard, you’ll stretch it the wrong way, which you won’t be able to fix. One or more of these approaches may be effective in removing your dent or ding without the need for a professional repair. If you succeed, congratulate yourself.

If not, or if the paint is broken or the surface still looks funny, it was worth a shot. Additionally, you can swallow your pride, pull out your wallet, and hand it over to trained experts. This is where Exotic Auto Services can assist. For help, please get in touch with us right now.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It may be tempting to fix a little dent yourself; however, this may not be the best option. Furthermore, modern car bodywork is frequently designed in such a way that minor dents are simpler to exacerbate than to repair. If you lack the necessary skills, we propose that you leave this job to experienced detailers and instead choose exotic auto services.

Smaller dents can be filled in or popped out using less invasive ways. To select the appropriate equipment for the work, measure the length and depth of the dent. You can remove dents with two types of tools: body hammers and dollies.

Paintless Dent Repair professionals utilize specialized equipment to massage the dent. They remove it by gradually pushing it out until it is flush with the rest of the panel. This procedure is gentle on your paint and requires no sanding or repainting.

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